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Re: Coincidence Or?

  • Subject: Re: Coincidence Or?
  • From: "Laurie AE O'Meara" Laurie@LAEOM.COM
  • Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2002 15:25:49 -0400

Hi Cynthia - yes, that helps a great deal.  Thanks for the information and
for your patience with my questions :)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Cynthia Pardoe" <RegalArt@AOL.COM>
Sent: Sunday, September 29, 2002 1:17 PM
Subject: Re: Coincidence Or?

> In a message dated 9/28/02 3:11:35 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> writes:
> <<  I imagine Oglevee plants would be started from
>  cuttings, whereas mine are started from seed- >>
> Olgevee plants seed very heavily. I was referring to the particular
> characteristics from seed to bud and then to bloom. If one starts a
> from Oglevee they can get a bloom in six weeks. If one starts seed from
> Olgevee's new hybrids I can get a bloom in two months on three leaves. In
> world of regal there are so many unique genetic characteristics. Some
> are very early bloomers, they'll bloom by March and April. Others will
> longer from bud to bloom. Then there are those that will bloom once and
> its over for the year. Others will bloom there hearts out for 9 months
> the Olgevee varieties which are hybridized for this characteristic. More
> blooms for the market in the shortest amount of time is what they have
> strived for.
> The only draw back to these plants is that they tend to bloom themselves
> death.
>      It would be good idea for me to get a hold of David Lemon and have an
> interview about Olgevee's plants. I'll work on my contacts with this idea.
> will be awhile my contact is relocating back to San Diego from Costa Mesa.
> Could be a good article for the GATW.
> Got to go to work. Hope this helps in understanding more about regals.
> Cheers.
> Cynthia Pardoe

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